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bio311C F11 L2OL - Announcements Reading for Friday H 24-29...

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Announcements Reading for Friday: H: 24-29 C (7 th , 8 th & 9 th ): 69-76 Extra credit #1 Clickers
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Biomolecules Structure & Function
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Molecules of Life Biomolecules
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Biomolecules Organic molecules – contain C and H Attached chemical groups Isomers
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Chemical groups Groups of atoms with specific chemical properties May participate in reactions or affect shape
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Hydroxyl group
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Carbonyl group
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Carboxyl group
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Amino group
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Phosphate group
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Sulfhydryl group
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Isomers Molecules with the same molecular formula but different structures and properties Three types Structural Geometric (cis-trans) Enantiomers
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Biomolecules Four main classes Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic Acids
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Biomolecules Most are polymers built from monomers Polymer: Large molecule (macromolecule) consisting of many similar building blocks Monomers: Small molecules that are the building blocks of a polymer
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Making & Breaking Polymers
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